Leith Community Treatment Centre
12 Junction Place (off Great Junction Street).
How to find us
Buses stop on Great Junction Street 14, 10, 7, 34
There is limited parking space at the clinic which is provided in an underground car park accessed from Bonnington Road. There is also limited on street free parking.
The Treatment Centre is accessed from Junction Place, just off Great Junction Street.
If walking from the bottom of Leith Walk then you will turn left on to Junction Place, if coming from Ferry Road then you will turn right on to Junction Place.
There is a signpost for the Treatment Centre on Great Junction Street which points down Junction Place. The Treatment Centre is situated at the bottom of Junction Place,
Leith Community Treatment Centre provides a number of services and is wheelchair accessible.
When coming in the main entrance of centre. On the right hand side either take the lift to the 1st floor or take the stairs. On reaching the 1st floor turn right and you will come to our reception desk and a large open plan waiting area with other clinics, our receptionist will be nearest to you as you enter.
Our waiting room is shared with other community healthcare clinics such as antenatal, podiatry, practice and district nursing.
Who we are
The Leith Clinic team comprises of a receptionist and two Sexual Health Practitioners who are nurses.
When we are open
Thursday afternoon: 2.15pm-4.15pm.
Please note that this clinic is a walk in service only. We will see you as quickly as possible, however there may be a wait depending on the number of people attending. You will be kept informed of the likely waiting time.
Please be aware we are a walk-in service ONLY, we do not offer booked appointments.
Who can come
Anyone may attend the clinic, whatever their age, sex and sexuality.
We offer a confidential service and can refer you on to more appropriate services if necessary. Priority will be given to people who live in the local area.
If you are registered with any of the local GPs they may refer you to our clinic, if they feel you may benefit from specialist advice. GP practices also offer most of these services. It’s always worth asking first at your local practice to find out what is available.
What we offer
- LGBT friendly service
- Free condoms
- Emergency contraception
- Contraception including contraceptive implant removal and insertion
- IUD/IUS removal
- STI testing (including for gay and bi-sexual men)
- HIV testing
- Pregnancy testing, advice and support
- Termination of pregnancy referral
- Treatment for some sexually transmitted infections